Question about Nikon D70s Digital Camera
One way to do this is to get a card reader that plugs into your computer's usb port. You can get these card readers at any store that sells computer's or camera's. They run around $20 or less.
SO the first thing you do is put the CD in your computer and plug the card reader in. Go to My Computer and click on the drive where the cd is. Highlight all the pictures you want to put on your card. Right click and go to COPY. After you do this you go to My computer again and click on the folder that shows something like removal media or it might say sd card. Right click again and go to paste. All the pictres will now be on both the cd and the card. You can now take the card, put it in your camera and view them there.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Jun 26, 2009
You must have aUSB SD or multi-card reader. If your card is a SDHC, then the reader must be able to read HC type cards. It will say so on the package. If it doesn't say HC it won't read them, so double check. These readers are available at best buy, wal mart, target, and any camera shop, or electronics shop.
After you have put your card into the reader, and plugged it into the USB port, you probably will have an auto respond box open up asking you to play the media, and several other options. One of the options will be "Open folder to view contents". Click that one. A folder will open and you should see a folder called "DCIM", double click it, and you may see other folders there. If there are more folders, open one of them until you find other pics.
Now put your cd in, and you should get the same opening sequence. "Open folder to view files". Then you will have two open folders. Position them so you can drag and drop from the cd to the SD card. and if you want all the pics on the cd click the following:
ctrl key and "A" at the same time. This will highlight "A"ll files in the folder. Then left click and hold the left button down in that folder. Then while holding the left mouse button down, drag the files to the SD card folder. Once there, let the mouse button up and you will see them copy to the sd card folder.
Then you can put the card back in the camera, and the pics will be there.
Posted on Jun 26, 2009
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